President's weekly report — September 19, 2014

Contract rights — adverse New Mexico decision The New Mexico Supreme Court issued this adverse decision in First Baptist Church of Roswell v. Yates Petroleum.  Here, the church entered into … ›

Service withdraws proposed beetle listing

Earlier this week, the Fish & Wildlife Service officially withdrew its 2012 proposal to delist the Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle.  That proposal was the direct result of a petition and … ›

Wall Street Journal explains the Endangered Species Act's continuing threat to California water

An editorial in the Wall Street Journal explains the problem that the Endangered Species Act poses for providing water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to the valley and southern California. … ›

Endangered species regulation and pretext

Pacific Legal Foundation successfully sued the Fish and Wildlife Service last year to force the agency to act on a petition to delist the Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle, which has … ›

Beetle delisting comment period extended

Last year, a Pacific Legal Foundation lawsuit led to a long overdue proposal from the Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle from the Endangered Species … ›

Progress on the beetle's delisting

We’ve had good coverage this week on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision to propose for delisting the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle, as a direct result of two successful lawsuits … ›

Service proposes to delist Valley elderberry longhorn beetle

In a long overdue and welcome development, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has finally proposed to delist the beetle from the Endangered Species Act.  This finding is a direct … ›

From the desk of the President: PLF’s weekly litigation roundup

It’s been a busy week here at PLF! Here’s a quick highlight of this week’s developments: Property Rights – California Coastal Commission We had this unpublished victory this week in … ›

Blunt truth about the elderberry beetle and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

In response to PLF’s recent lawsuit over the feds’ failure to respond our elderberry beetle delisting petition, Nossaman’s Paul Weiland offers this remark: The fact that the Service recommended delisting … ›

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President's weekly report — September 19, 2014

Contract rights — adverse New Mexico decision The New Mexico Supreme Court issued this adverse decision in First Baptist Church of Roswell v. Yates Petroleum.  Here, the church entered into … ›

Service withdraws proposed beetle listing

Earlier this week, the Fish & Wildlife Service officially withdrew its 2012 proposal to delist the Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle.  That proposal was the direct result of a petition and … ›

Wall Street Journal explains the Endangered Species Act's continuing threat to California water

An editorial in the Wall Street Journal explains the problem that the Endangered Species Act poses for providing water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to the valley and southern California. … ›

Endangered species regulation and pretext

Pacific Legal Foundation successfully sued the Fish and Wildlife Service last year to force the agency to act on a petition to delist the Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle, which has … ›

Beetle delisting comment period extended

Last year, a Pacific Legal Foundation lawsuit led to a long overdue proposal from the Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle from the Endangered Species … ›

Progress on the beetle's delisting

We’ve had good coverage this week on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision to propose for delisting the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle, as a direct result of two successful lawsuits … ›

Service proposes to delist Valley elderberry longhorn beetle

In a long overdue and welcome development, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has finally proposed to delist the beetle from the Endangered Species Act.  This finding is a direct … ›

From the desk of the President: PLF’s weekly litigation roundup

It’s been a busy week here at PLF! Here’s a quick highlight of this week’s developments: Property Rights – California Coastal Commission We had this unpublished victory this week in … ›

Blunt truth about the elderberry beetle and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

In response to PLF’s recent lawsuit over the feds’ failure to respond our elderberry beetle delisting petition, Nossaman’s Paul Weiland offers this remark: The fact that the Service recommended delisting … ›

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President's weekly report — September 19, 2014

Contract rights — adverse New Mexico decision The New Mexico Supreme Court issued this adverse decision in First Baptist Church of Roswell v. Yates Petroleum.  Here, the church entered into … ›

Service withdraws proposed beetle listing

Earlier this week, the Fish & Wildlife Service officially withdrew its 2012 proposal to delist the Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle.  That proposal was the direct result of a petition and … ›

Wall Street Journal explains the Endangered Species Act's continuing threat to California water

An editorial in the Wall Street Journal explains the problem that the Endangered Species Act poses for providing water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to the valley and southern California. … ›

Endangered species regulation and pretext

Pacific Legal Foundation successfully sued the Fish and Wildlife Service last year to force the agency to act on a petition to delist the Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle, which has … ›

Beetle delisting comment period extended

Last year, a Pacific Legal Foundation lawsuit led to a long overdue proposal from the Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle from the Endangered Species … ›

Progress on the beetle's delisting

We’ve had good coverage this week on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision to propose for delisting the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle, as a direct result of two successful lawsuits … ›

Service proposes to delist Valley elderberry longhorn beetle

In a long overdue and welcome development, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has finally proposed to delist the beetle from the Endangered Species Act.  This finding is a direct … ›

From the desk of the President: PLF’s weekly litigation roundup

It’s been a busy week here at PLF! Here’s a quick highlight of this week’s developments: Property Rights – California Coastal Commission We had this unpublished victory this week in … ›

Blunt truth about the elderberry beetle and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

In response to PLF’s recent lawsuit over the feds’ failure to respond our elderberry beetle delisting petition, Nossaman’s Paul Weiland offers this remark: The fact that the Service recommended delisting … ›

President's weekly report — September 19, 2014

Contract rights — adverse New Mexico decision The New Mexico Supreme Court issued this adverse decision in First Baptist Church of Roswell v. Yates Petroleum.  Here, the church entered into … ›

Service withdraws proposed beetle listing

Earlier this week, the Fish & Wildlife Service officially withdrew its 2012 proposal to delist the Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle.  That proposal was the direct result of a petition and … ›

Wall Street Journal explains the Endangered Species Act's continuing threat to California water

An editorial in the Wall Street Journal explains the problem that the Endangered Species Act poses for providing water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to the valley and southern California. … ›

Endangered species regulation and pretext

Pacific Legal Foundation successfully sued the Fish and Wildlife Service last year to force the agency to act on a petition to delist the Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle, which has … ›

Beetle delisting comment period extended

Last year, a Pacific Legal Foundation lawsuit led to a long overdue proposal from the Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle from the Endangered Species … ›

Progress on the beetle's delisting

We’ve had good coverage this week on the Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision to propose for delisting the Valley elderberry longhorn beetle, as a direct result of two successful lawsuits … ›

Service proposes to delist Valley elderberry longhorn beetle

In a long overdue and welcome development, the US Fish and Wildlife Service has finally proposed to delist the beetle from the Endangered Species Act.  This finding is a direct … ›

From the desk of the President: PLF’s weekly litigation roundup

It’s been a busy week here at PLF! Here’s a quick highlight of this week’s developments: Property Rights – California Coastal Commission We had this unpublished victory this week in … ›

Blunt truth about the elderberry beetle and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

In response to PLF’s recent lawsuit over the feds’ failure to respond our elderberry beetle delisting petition, Nossaman’s Paul Weiland offers this remark: The fact that the Service recommended delisting … ›